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California Digital Library
by Fortescue, Adrian, 1874-1923
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Topic: Fathers of the church, Greek
Princeton Theological Seminary Library
by Jacks, Leo Vincent, 1896-
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Thesis--Catholic University of America
Topic: Basil, Saint, Bishop of Caesarea, ca. 329-379
The Library of Congress
by Kohanik, Peter, 1880- [from old catalog]
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Topics: World War, 1914-1918, Greek church. [from old catalog]
Community Texts
by Maximos IV Sayegh
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"The Eastern Churches and Catholic Unity," edited by Maximos IV Sayegh, the Melkite Greek Catholic Patriarch of Antioch. These are a series of essays revealing concerns of the Melkite Church (an Eastern Catholic Church in union with the Pope of Rome) on the eve of Vatican II. Essays cover relations with Orthodox Christians, Roman Catholics, latinization, papal authority and the Byzantine liturgy in the vernacular.
Topics: Melkite, Melkite Greek Catholic, Eastern Catholic, Byzantine Catholic, Uniate, Ukrainian Greek...
Community Texts
by Casimir Kucharek
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"Our Faith: A Byzantine Catechism for Adults," by Fr. Casimir Kucharek. This is a Ukrainian Catholic Catechism, bearing the imprimatur of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, one of the Eastern Catholic Churches in union with the Pope of Rome. Not to be confused with the new Ukrainian Catholic Catechism "Christ our Pascha" which is due to be released in Ukrainian in June 2011. Permission to share on Internet given February 12, 2010.
Topics: Ukrainian Catholic Catechism, Ukrainian Catholic, Ukrainian Greek Catholic, Eastern Catholic,...
Folkscanomy: Military
by United States. Department of the Army
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DA PAM 550-99 Yugoslavia: A Country Study 1992. "Research completed December 1990." Contents Foreword iii Acknowledgments v Preface xiii Country Profile xv Introduction xxiii Chapter 1. Historical Setting 1 Charles Sudetic PRE-SLAV HISTORY 4 HISTORIES OF THE YUGOSLAV PEOPLES TO WORLD WAR I 6 The Slovenes 7 The Croats and Their Territories JO The Serbs and Serbia, Vojvodina, and Montenegro . . 16 Bosnia and Hercegovina 22 Macedonia 25 THE BALKAN WARS, WORLD WAR I, AND THE FORMATION OF...
Topics: DA pam, Area handbook series, Yugoslavia, Department of the Army Pamphlet, Cold War
Since its inception in 1986, The Slavic Male Chorus of Washington, DC has thrilled audiences with heartfelt interpretations of the folk songs and sacred hymns of Eastern Europe. Founded by its current conductor Mr. Gregory V. Oleynik, the Chorus has performed at folk festivals, concerts, benefit events and religious services in Washington as well as around the East Coast in order to promote the continuation of a cappella music from a variety of Slavic traditions. This not for profit group of 25...
Topic: Slavic Male Chorus of Washington DC
Community Audio
by Dr. Jeffrey Macdonald
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A series of audio lectures given by Dr. Jeffrey Macdonald. Dr. Jeffrey Macdonald was formerly the Professor of Church History at St. Herman's Orthodox Theological Seminary in Kodiak, Alaska. Dr. Macdonald converted to Orthodoxy while studying the history of the early Church at Wheaton College in Illinois where he completed a B.A. in Biblical Studies and Archaeology in 1978. He went on to St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary in New York, receiving a Master of Divinity degree in 1982,...
Topics: Orthodox, Church, History
Ourmedia
by Fr. Vazken Movsesian
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Next Step #249 - March 14, 2013 - From the white smoke a tweet signals the election of Pope Francis and opening the doors of the fourth estate. Fr. Vazken refects on this election, the Pope, Orthodoxy and the Catholicism. Issues of social justice and the times ahead will be challenging. Spinning the Pope - News alert on the Pope and Armenian victimization. Toward the end of the Lenten season and the End of times - where to focus your attention. Final thoughts on living in the eternal present....
Topics: Pope Francis, Election of Pope, Lent, Cosmology, Armodoxy, Pi Day
Ourmedia
by Fr. Vazken Movsesian
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Next Step with Fr. Vazken #232 - November 15, 2012 - An emotional unwinding of ideas at the death of a little girl. Fr. Vazken explores this tragedy from a pastoral standpoint, bringing together Armenian Orthodox themes - Discovery of the Cross and the raising of the sleeping child (Luke 8). The vastness of the universe and a solar eclipse point to a unique ministry to the childless - a calling NOBODY wants. Wars, genocide, health, this time the page won't turn. Other topics: The success of the...
Topics: Discovery of the Cross, Orthodoxy, Death, pope, Luke 8
Ourmedia
by Fr. Vazken Movsesian
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Next Step #171 - September 15, 2011 - "Mush-Rope" is the way to say it. Armenian Orthodoxy in the New World and the New Era: Apologetic with no apology! Allowing evolution to take its course in the church. Coordinating the head and the body - allows us to say YES to Christ's message of love and hope. Finding faith, hope and life in the 9/11 commemoration - 2011 is the year Easter falls on April 24, and the Holy Cross on September 11 - it's the year of victory. Compass - a first look:...
Topics: Church, evolution, Christ's message, love and hope, 9/11 commemoration, Compass
The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
by Jakob Andreae, Martin Chemnitz
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LibriVox recording of The Catalog of Testimonies, by Jakob Andreae and Martin Chemnitz. Translated by F. Bente and W.H.T. Dau. Read by Jonathan Lange. This appendix to the 1580 edition of the Book of Concord is a compilation of Scripture passages together with citations from the fathers of the ancient Christian Church. They are intended to show that the Christology of the Formula of Concord differs neither in substance nor in terminology from Christian Orthodoxy. (Introduction by Jonathan...
Topics: Religion, Christianity, Jacob Andreae, Martin Chemnitz, Book of Concord, Lutheran, Librivox,...
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
by Cyril of Alexandria
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LibriVox recording of THAT CHRIST IS ONE, by Cyril of Alexandria. Read by Jonathan Lange and Phil Chenevert Cyril of Alexandria was the leading voice of Nicene orthodoxy in the Christological controversies between Constantinople (381) and Chalcedon (451). Assuming the mantle of the Cappadotian fathers, he answered the auguments of Nestorius who had changed the liturgy of Constantinople by altering the prayer which referred to Mary as the Mother of God. Although he died seven years before the...
Topics: librivox, christianity, orthodoxy, church fathers, doctrine, incarnation, nestorius
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
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Monasteries of the Russian empire Revolt from ashes This film - about the most ancient monasteries that has been destroyed by theomachists and have risen from ashes presently! They are in territory of Russia and Ukraine - but the most part of their history is connected with the Russian empire. About the past and the present of the largest spiritual centres of Orthodoxy on which hatred of Bolsheviks has been brought down... And that God we will scold does not happen... LAVRA (2nd series) In...
Topics: RussTV, Russia, Ukraine, Russian empire, Monastery, Orthodoxy, Arcady Mamontov
Community Video
by KDC "Seipris"
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Monasteries of the Russian empire Revolt from ashes This film - about the most ancient monasteries that has been destroyed by theomachists and have risen from ashes presently! They are in territory of Russia and Ukraine - but the most part of their history is connected with the Russian empire. About the past and the present of the largest spiritual centres of Orthodoxy on which hatred of Bolsheviks has been brought down... And that God we will scold does not happen... CLOISTER (1st series) To...
Topics: RussTV, Russia, Ukraine, Russian empire, Monastery, Orthodoxy, Arcady Mamontov
The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
by Gregory of Nazianzus
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LibriVox recording of THEOLOGICAL ORATIONS, by GREGORY OF NAZIANZUS. Read by Jonathan Lange. After the death of the Arian Emperor Valens, the synod of Antioch in 379 asked Gregory to help resurrect Constantinople to Nicene orthodoxy. While the most important churches were still headed by Arian bishops, Gregory transformed his cousin's villa into the Anastasia chapel. From this little chapel he delivered five powerful discourses on Nicene doctrine, explaining the nature of the Trinity and the...
Topics: librivox, audiobook, religion
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Ourmedia
by Fr. Vazken Movsesian
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Next Step #155 - May 26, 2011 - Three statements about God: From Harold Camping's destructive news of world’s end (5/21/2011), to Serj Tankian's criticism of organized religion (PTL/PTA) to Oprah's “Team” (and Jesus), Fr. Vazken explores the understanding of God and the Kingdom of Heaven in the context of Armenian Orthodoxy. Some comments after a pilgrimage to Yettem= Paradise is Heaven on Earth. No need to wait for future times - imagine Jesus as the LOVE equivalent today! Reject the...
Topics: Serj Tankian, Harold Camping, Oprah, Yettem, Armenian Orthodoxy, pilgrimage, Jesus Christ, Love
Ourmedia
by Fr. Vazken Movsesian
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Varakah Khatch - September 30, 2012 - The "Armenian Cross" - Fr. Vazken's sermon on the 30th Anniversary of his ordination, the feast of the Cross of Varak. The story of the Indian Orthodoxy Catholicos and his message of the "Armenian Cross." An important message regarding how to view the crosses of life. Recorded LIVE at the St. Peter Armenian Church & Youth Ministries' Center in Glendale, California. Language - first few minutes, comments in both Armenian & English...
Topics: Varaka khach, Holy Cross, Orthodoxy, Sermon, Armenian Church, Ordination
Ourmedia
by Fr. Vazken Movsesian
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Next Step #121: Defining the self within the structure of Armenian Orthodoxy as children of the 21st Century. “Validating” the new generation of Armodoxy as the last link in a chain, beginning with Time, with the center Golden Link Christ and an open end for what's to come. A tribute to John Lennon as his 70th birthday approaches- the Revolution of the Sixties and WWJS: What would Jesus sing? Avoiding the pitfalls of traditionalism by not giving too much credibility to past at the cost of...
Topics: Armenian Orthodoxy, Jesus Christ, Golden Link, John Lennon, Globalization, Armenian Church
Ourmedia
by Fr. Vazken Movsesian
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Which way do you look to see Jesus’ second coming? East? West? And how far? 2 years? 20 years? 2000 years? The answer might surprise some and even irritate others, but to the Next Stepper, it’s one more way that Armenian orthodoxy gives a practical answer to life’s imponderables. What happens at the end? Are the sheep the only Curly ones? Or is Curly sheepish today? Check out this last-of-Lent podcast for many more answers! Global Perspective with Hratch Tchilingirian discusses major...
Topics: Second Coming, Jesus Christ, Judgement Day, Armenian Church
Ourmedia
by Fr. Vazken Movsesian
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The financial crisis felt around the world is causing anxiety, tension and worries. Where and when will it end? What happens next? All the questions are ripe for the picking, until you connect to the source of our freedom from fear. As Jesus instructs through the Gospel of St. Matthew, chapter 6, today’s message is directed to the lack of trust in the financial markets and – shall we say – God? This is a Next Step to spiritual comfort from the “Lilies of the Field” to the “Birds in...
Topics: trust, fear, worry, anxiety, Armenian Orthodoxy, Fr. Vazken, Gospel of St. Matthew
Ourmedia
by Fr. Vazken Movsesian
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Next Step #122: Hypocrisy and khash (patcha) are not for the weak at heart. Orthodoxy is not for saints alone! What happens when our tools turn into toys and we lose sense of purpose in our lives? How to discuss hypocrisy WITHOUT being accused of hypocrisy? Fr. Vazken explores the different dimensions of the Church, giving, forgiving and BECOMING the Body of Christ today. Is there a “LIMIT” to wealth? Bill & Melinda Gates spend their money on charity – and how! John Lennon's legacy...
Topics: Bill and Melinda Gates, Church, Jesus Christ, life purpose, Orthodoxy, Archbishop Kaloustian, Las...
Sermons & Religious Lectures
by Peter Bastien
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Saint Paul tells Timothy to hold to sound teaching, which is both the good treasure and faith and love: orthodox teaching. But the question is: are we giving our ultimate allegiance to something that does not deserve it? Martin Niemoller was asked how he knew to reject Nazism, and he answered, in a phrase that became widely popular, "What would Jesus do?" And that question gave him the answer: he had to resist. The gospel message of love, though, is easily lost to a law mentality. Can...
Topics: faith, love, Luke, Lutheran, sermon, Niemoller, Holy Spirit, sound teaching, Left Behind, Gospel,...
Ourmedia
by Fr. Vazken Movsesian
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Next Step #80: Winter Solstice Edition - Celebrating Love, Light and Life - The Birth of the Son and the Birth of the Sun are looked at through the lens of Armenian Orthodoxy. Children’s memorial: never letting these precious lives be forgotten, in real and concrete expressions. Shall we stop dreaming and imagining PEACE, now that Obama has given an excuse for violence? A look at Christmas shopping: WWJWFHB? And how an 8 year old changed his Christmas from getting to giving (to the homeless)....
Topics: Solstice, Light, Love, Life, Armenian Orthodoxy, Obama, peace, memorial, homeless, Advent
Ourmedia
by Fr. Vazken Movsesian
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Next Step #164 - July 28, 2011 - The elements of the Transfiguration of the Lord are looked at through the lens of Armenian Orthodoxy. Making sense of the water feast of Vartevar. Part 2 or 2 on the theme - understanding the CENTER figure as between Law and Prophet. (Part 1 - see NS episode #163) Seeking validity for ourselves from non-Christian sources. Summer readings and the fallacy in catch-up mentality. The Gospel of St. Matthew, chapter 17 as the platform for this weekend. Song:...
Topics: Transfiguration, Armenian Orthodoxy, Vartevar, St. Matthew Gospel, Law and the Prophets
Folkscanomy Religion: Books on Faith, Spirituality and Worship
by John Slivka
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Historical Mirror: Sources of the Rusin and Hungarian Greek Rite Catholics in the United States of America 1884-1963 by Fr. John Slivka. A compendium of historical documents and some pictures relating to the establishment of the Ruthenian Byzantine Catholic Church (an Eastern Catholic Church in union with the Pope of Rome) in the USA. Records reaction to the papal decrees Ea Semper (1907) and Cum Data Fuerit (1929) which imposed priestly celibacy on the Ruthenian Church in the USA and led to...
Topics: Byzantine Catholic, Ruthenian, Greek Catholic, Rusin, Rusyn, Uniate, Ukrainian Greek Catholic, Ea...
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Ourmedia
by Fr. Vazken Movsesian
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The feast of the Assumption of St. Mary - the Holy Mother of God reminds us to be the the bearers of Love. Fr. Vazken explores John 15 and Jesus' directive to stay connected to him - the true vine. Also in the broadcast, an update on Ossetia and Darfur. The two songs that are featured in the podcast are Gor Mkhitarian's rendition of Gomidas' "Shogher jan" and Lucine Zakarian singing "Diramayr". An exploration of Armenian Orthodoxy and the focus on Love. Recorded on 13 August...
Topics: Armenian Orthodoxy, St. Mary, Asdvadzadzin, Theotokis, Grapeblessing, John 15
Ourmedia
by Fr. Vazken Movsesian
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Next Step #49: Forget the clichés. Forget motherhood and apple pie? In this post-Mothers’ Day tribute, Fr. Vazken doesn’t fill the Hallmark prescription for the day, instead he reveals a new understanding of the sacraments. Is it a roadmap for parenting? Definitely, it is a means of living in the orthodox tradition. “Sacramental Mothering” is yet another key to Armenian orthodoxy as it continues to pave the road for spiritual wholeness. This episode is must-listen in the continuing...
Topics: Mother's Day, Motherhood, sacraments, Armenian Church, orthodox, spiritual wholeness, Faith,...
Ourmedia
by Fr. Vazken Movsesian
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From reporting on religio-politics, Governor Palin's views on Israel, the Man of the Year event that took place last Friday at BGT, and the Genocide happening in Darfur, Fr. Vazken segues into a discussion on the Holy Cross. Wow! Did you ever imagine you'd read all that in a podcast dedicated to looking at life through the lens of ancient Armenian Orthodoxy? Truly, there's even more... We are now in the period approaching one of the five major feasts of the Armenian Church. This Sunday is the...
Topics: Armenian Orthodoxy, Holy Cross, Elevation of Holy Cross, Fr. Vazken Movsesian, In His Shoes,...
Ourmedia
by Fr. Vazken Movsesian
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From Pythagoras to Narekatzi, from physics to religion – this podcast brings spiritual applications to physical laws… well, sort of. Fr. Vazken explores the “Three “O”-s that everyone should know – Oshagan, Ostrich and Obama - it’s a small portion of the USC lecture (2/2/09) that challenged students to find answers in ancient Armenian orthodoxy to some of the big issues confronting the world.
Topics: Leverage, commitment, physics, challenge, Armenian orthodoxy, greed, world issues, Fr. Vazken, USC,...
Ourmedia
by Fr. Vazken Movsesian
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Boo! This podcast in not designed to scare you, only to make you think. Here's an opportunity to examine the masks we all wear in life. Fr. Vazken carefully removes the layers that guard and protect us and beneath are no monsters but a pure heart given by God. A unique expose on the Obama/McCain campaigns in light of the faith vote. Armenian Orthodoxy extends to this discussion of Halloween, masks, and fear.
Topics: Halloween, election, Obama, McCain, Fr. Vazken, Armenian Church, Armenian Orthodoxy
Ourmedia
by Fr. Vazken Movsesian
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Independence Day is a fitting time to look at our freedoms through the lens of Armenian Orthodoxy. What has been the strength of the Armenian people to survive? Where does this spirituality come from? Christ releases us of our bonds and gives us the true freedom – His Love. God has given us the most beautiful gift, the ability to create by tapping into the power of love. In this podcast Fr. Vazken explores the ideas of freedom, independence, and creativity.
Topics: freedom, creativity, independence, armenian orthodoxy
Ourmedia
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Today we celebrate the First Sunday of Lent, the Sunday of Orthodoxy with meditations upon Psalm 30 and the words of Saint Ambrose. The celebration of the Sunday of Orthodoxy serves to remind us that our Lenten journey is a journey in the faith of Christ. A journey in which we are to ever grow closer to the one who has always remained faithful to us. In this way, Orthodoxy means right belief both in loving God and loving our neighbor. Lent also is a time to remind us that living faithfully can...
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Ourmedia
by Fr. Anthony
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ORTHO - from the Greek for “correct” ANALYTIKA - from the Greek for “analysis” Welcome to OrthoAnalytika, a place where I (Fr. Anthony Perkins) post homilies, analysis, interviews, and music.  I do not promise anything original or particularly enlightening.  To paraphrase St. Paul, “of myself I will not boast, except in my infirmities” (2 Corinthians 12:5).  I do pray - as should every Christian - that the Lord will shine through all I do (despite the opacity of the lens).  Of...
Topics: Orthodox Homily, Woonsocket, St. Michael Ukrainian Orthodox Church, orthoanalytika
Ourmedia
by Fr. Anthony
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ORTHO - from the Greek for “correct” ANALYTIKA - from the Greek for “analysis” Welcome to OrthoAnalytika, a place where I (Fr. Anthony Perkins) post homilies, analysis, interviews, and music. I do not promise anything original or particularly enlightening. To paraphrase St. Paul, “of myself I will not boast, except in my infirmities” (2 Corinthians 12:5). I do pray - as should every Christian - that the Lord will shine through all I do (despite the opacity of the lens). Of such,...
Topics: Orthodox Homily, Woonsocket, St. Michael Ukrainian Orthodox Church, orthoanalytika
Ourmedia
by Fr. Anthony
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ORTHO - from the Greek for “correct” ANALYTIKA - from the Greek for “analysis” Welcome to OrthoAnalytika, a place where I (Fr. Anthony Perkins) post homilies, analysis, interviews, and music.  I do not promise anything original or particularly enlightening.  To paraphrase St. Paul, “of myself I will not boast, except in my infirmities” (2 Corinthians 12:5).  I do pray - as should every Christian - that the Lord will shine through all I do (despite the opacity of the lens).  Of...
Topics: Orthodox Homily, Woonsocket, St. Michael Ukrainian Orthodox Church, orthoanalytika
Ourmedia
by Fr. Anthony Perkins
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This edition of OrthoAnalytika, the podcast of St. Michael Ukrainian Orthodox Church, presents the homily Fr. Anthony Perkins gave at St. Michael's on 6/8/08, the Sunday of the Fathers of the First Holy Ecumenical Council. The basic topic of the homily is the need for rules. It is shorter than most of his homilies due to 1) the excessive heat in the nave and 2) the fact that he would essentially be giving a homily (this one on committment) at the Annual Meeting immediately after the Divine...
Topics: Orthodoxy, Ukrainian Orthodox, Woonsocket, OrthoAnalytika, heresy, Perkins
Ourmedia
by Fr. Anthony Perkins
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This edition of the OrthoAnalytika podcast presents a class given on Orthodoxy and Marriage at St. Michael Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Woonsocket, RI on May 21st, 2008 by Fr. Anthony Perkins. The audio quality is a bit rough, but you should be able to understand it. Fr. Anthony has cracked the code on audio quality, so the next podcast should be even better.
Topics: Orthodoxy, Ukrainian Orthodox, St. Michael, Woonsocket, Marriage, Christian, Perkins, OrthoAnalytika
Community Texts
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"The History of the Greek Rite Catholics in Pannonia, Hungary, Czechoslovakia and Podkarpatska Rus' 863-1949" by John Slivka. Details religious and political history of the Rusin (Rusyns) or Ruthenian Catholics (Eastern Rite Catholic in union with the Pope of Rome). The Ruthenian Eastern Rite Catholics established communion with the Pope and separated from Eastern Orthodoxy but retained many of the traditions of the Orthodox Church. Despite being in union with the Latin Church, there...
Topics: Rusin, Rusyn, Ruthenian, Greek Rite, Eastern Catholic, Byzantine Catholic, Orthodox, Hungary,...
September 22, 2011 Fr. Raphael discusses: St. Colman of Lindisfarne; St. Job Boretsky of Kiev; The same ethno-nationalist arguments of these two, 1000 years apart; Orthodoxy is embodied in the ethnic tradition, not the state.
Topics: The Orthodox Nationalist, Orthodoxy and Nationalism - East and West
Ourmedia
by Fr. Vazken Movsesian
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Life throught the lens of ancient Armenian Orthodoxy - this week: Gabriel Stauring in Darfur, Light and Darkness, the Total Eclipse of the Sun, Eulogy for Fr. Oshagan Minassian.
Topics: Armenian Orthodoxy, Darfur, Chad, Gabriel Stauring, Total Eclipse, Light of the World, Oshagan...
Project Gutenberg
by Forbes, F. A. (Frances Alice), 1869-1936
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Book from Project Gutenberg: Saint Athanasius The Father of Orthodoxy Library of Congress Classification: BR
Topics: Athanasius, Saint, Patriarch of Alexandria, d. 373, Christian saints -- Biography
Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/27707
Ourmedia
by Fr. Vazken Movsesian
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Next Step 221 - August, 30, 2012 - Fundamentals of Christianity come out as we start sweating the large stuff. Following the hijacking of the Christian Church, is Orthodoxy up for a kidnapping? Misconceptions are keeping us from reaching our potential and finding Peace. Jesus and the Pussy Riots - it's about change, it's about revolution - turning over the tables of life. The Good Samaritan might have been a punk rocker or even a Turk - he was there to take us out of our comfort zone. Forget...
Topics: Pussy Riots, Good Samaritan, elections, politics, religion, Christianity, Orthodox
Ourmedia
by Fr. Vazken Movsesian
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Next Step #74: A couple of “lessons along the way” from St. Thaddeus I to HH Karekin II, finding a journey toward "raw" Christianity. An holistic look and approach to the Divine Liturgy and spirituality. A biblical link to Microsoft’s new operating system, Windows 7, and it’s not just "Mac 1". Lessons from the Navy Man: An encounter with Paul Ignatius as well as insights into a life observed through the lens of Armenian Orthodoxy. Song: "Hrashapar" on the...
Topics: St. Thaddeus, HH Karekin II, holistic Christianity, Divine Liturgy, Paul Ignatius
Ourmedia
by Fr. Anthony Perkins
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This edition of the OrthoAnalytika, the podcast of St. Michael Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Woonsocket, RI, is the second in the series " Today is the second of a series of podcasts based on a class we teach here at St. Michael’s, called “Our Faith: Orthodox Christianity at St. Michael’s”. This set of classes is designed to explore Orthodox Christianity as it is practiced at St. Michael Ukrainian Orthodox Church. As such, it will cover the fundamental tenets of our faith as they...
Topics: Orthodox, Orthodoxy, catachism, salvation, ukrainian, woonsocket, OrthoAnalytika, perkins,...
The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
by Saint John of Damascus
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LibriVox recording of The Orthodox Faith, by Saint John of Damascus. Read by Jonathan Lange. The Orthodox Faith is the classic epitome of the Early Greek Fathers. Writing just before the last of the truly Ecumenical Councils (787), he remains to this day, the last of the Eastern theologians whole-heartedly received by the West. This work, then, is an ecumenical touchstone that remains authoritative in Eastern Orthodoxy, Roman Catholicism (through Peter Lombard's Sentances) and in all...
Topics: librivox, audiobook, religion, orthodoxy, christianity, doctrine
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Ourmedia
by Fr. Anthony Perkins
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Welcome to OrthoAnalytika. This is the first of a series of podcasts based on a class we teach here at St. Michael’s, called “Our Faith:  Orthodox Christianity at St. Michael’s”.  This set of classes is designed to explore Orthodox Christianity as it is practiced at St. Michael Ukrainian Orthodox Church.  As such, it will cover the fundamental tenets of our faith as they are lived in our personal lives, our homes, our community, and our parish. Today I will briefly discuss my own...
Topics: orthoanalytika, ukrainian, orthodox, christian, priest, journey, faith, woonsocket
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by Fr. Anthony Perkins
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This OrthoAnalytika broadcast is part of a weekly adult education series given at St. Michael Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Woonsocket, RI. This week's topic was Orthodoxy and Islam. It includes a presentation of how Islam describes itself, how it describes Christianity, and how it looks in the Light of Christ and Orthodoxy. The presenter was Fr. Anthony Perkins, the rector of St. Michael's.
Topics: Orthodoxy, Islam, OrthoAnalytika, Ukrainian Orthodox, Woonsocket